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Wondering about “the similarities in the works of many jewellery artists”, Svensson's focused his interest and study in those “coincidences” that offer a wide range of discussion about the reproduction of a work of art, about copies and about the closeness of someone’s work to another one: “How close can you come to another artist without copy him?, who is entitled to a shape? Everyone can make a square but if you change the square a little is it then unique?”.
In the case of the corpus of works created by the Swedish artist Tore Svensson, we are in front of a series of several Covers, as the artist-jeweller says in his statement: “In music it is common that an artist makes an interpretation of a famous song where the result mostly is close to the original, a cover.”

Fragment of the text Tore Unplugged by Nichka Marobin for Tore Svensson’s Exhibition COVERS at Hannah Gallery Barcelona.

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